What Can the Tsimane Teach Us About Heart Disease?

 

The Tsimane are an indigenous tribal population living in the Bolivian Amazon. Their diet consists of about 2/3 starchy foods such as corn, manioc root, plantains, and rice, all of which they grow locally, and about 1/3 of foods they hunt and gather including fruit, nuts, freshwater fish, and animals. Only about 2% of their energy intake comes from foods they purchase in stores such as bread, past...

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